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The Central European Initiative as stakeholder at the TEN-T days in Antwerp

The Central European Initiative was invited to participate as stakeholder at the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) days that took place on 29-30th November 2011 in Antwerp, Belgium.

The event was the occasion for the European Commission to present the proposal for the new TEN-T Guidelines, which was adopted by the EC on 19th October 2011. The proposal  is intended to provide a policy framework where the European infrastructure serves the establishment of the Single European Transport Area. The Guidelines also set out a regulatory framework with standards ensuring efficiency and interoperability. Moreover, they provide a more robust planning framework, composed of the Core and the Comprehensive Network, which will allow Member States, EU institutions and stakeholders, to concentrate on fostering the emergence by 2030 (core network) and 2050 (comprehensive network) of a functional network of European infrastructure.

During the event, the CEI also participated in the South East European Transport Observatory -SEETO 7th Annual Meeting of Ministers for development of the SEETO Comprehensive Network. The meeting was attended by high level delegations from the Transport and Infrastructure Ministries of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo (under UNSCR 1244/99), as well as by the European Commission, various transport related institutions and the International Financial Institutions.


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